Thursday, August 18, 2016

Time Wasters

Recognizing the "time wasters" in our lives is the first step to increasing productivity.   However, in order to improve our results, we must develop a solution to the challenges we face.

Ask Yourself . . .   
  • What responsibilities make me feel unproductive?  
  • What area in my life constantly overwhelms me?  
  • Who else could help me? 
  • What other resources could I tap into?  
  • Which time-wasters could I eliminate and how?      
  • What steps can I take to get things done on time?   
  • How can I eliminate negative thinking and concentrate on the positive?   
For a printable worksheet containing the above questions and more, click HERE.

Mind, Body, and Spirit
Although organizations are looking for employees who work hard, they also want people who are able to create balance and harmony between their personal and professional lives.  Studies show that people who have strong, personal commitments to family and friends are happier, healthier, and live longer.  An important part of learning to work smarter, harder, faster, and better involves learning how to stay healthy in mind, body, and spirit so we can meet the challenges of today's workplace more efficiently and effectively than ever before.

Until next time...

Sheryl Tuchman, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

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